Download Image Layers from Reckon

In addition to viewing orthos and other image layers in Reckon, users also have the option to download the layer to a local drive.  The following steps describe the process for downloading an image layer from Reckon. Step 1 – User requests an image. In the Table of Contents, left click on desired image layer. Left…

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Downloading CSV, PDF, and Layers from Reckon

To download data from Reckon,  first select the date from the drop down menu that corresponds to the data you wish to download.  The layers associated with this date should be displayed in the Table of Contents on the left side of your screen.  Left-click the layer name and select from the list of options…

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Create a Redline in Reckon

This workflow explains how to create a redline in Reckon.  Redlining provides the ability to create, edit and publish geometries with attributes.  Redlines can be used to communicate work to be done with a service provider (i.e. defining stockpiles to be analyzed), edit existing features, create new features and can be downloaded as ESRI shape…

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Redlining in Reckon

AirGon Reckon (“Reckon”) is our cloud hosted collaboration portal for small Unmanned Aerial System (sUAS) or “drone” mapping. It has been designed from the ground up for scalability in the cloud. Hosted in Amazon Web Services (AWS), it provides a robust platform for sharing data that requires no administration or infrastructure on the user’s part…

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